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    says that this is a pretty normal DD-214. My husband actually said that it's good he even has a copy of it as they are notoriously difficult to obtain after separation.

    The FND code actually means the "Miscellaneious Reasons - Unqualified Resignation" and could refer to just about anything. But Miller has implied that this occured as a draw down of forces and that was taking place at the same time.

    Fellow Kossack, DaNang, checked this out with the VA as well and here is his response:

    Via telephone conversation with the Eligibility (1+ / 0-)
    department of the Tucson VA, the seperation code is irrelevant to eligibility for VA benefits. Mr. Miller may have, of course, signed some sort of agreement with the Army to secure his release two years early from his West Point active duty obligation. Without more particulars it's impossible to tell.
    It is notable, however, to me more important than his family's reliance on Food Stamps, that he accepted a four year college scholarship, with pay, and then failed to complete the obligation he incurred.
    Short course, he didn't do what he said he'd do.

    Sorry not to be of more help.

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